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SEO Tips for WordPress

1stWebDesigner, has posted an article with 10 Important Tips for SEO on your WordPress blog. Detailing everything from tweaking your XML sitemaps, using “Nofollow” links, to installing some of the many available WordPress SEO plugins. Check it out at the link above. Related posts: ThemeDreamer Plugin for DreamWeaver Optimizing WordPress for Mobile Devices Google Page Speed: […]

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VMware Virtualization Forum 2009

It’s been busy at AUSWEB HQ this week, in-between juggling our round the clock management of your hosting services, as always, we’ve had a keen eye on the future taking in some of the big announcements from VMware and other vendors at VMware’s Virtualisation Forum in Sydney this week. AUSWEB has recently become a VMware […]

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Technobabble / Web Design / Web Development

Adobe Dominance Over The Graphics Marketplace

Interesting recent article on Pingdom, which makes a point against Adobe’s dominance and suite of products not necessarily being a good thing for innovation in the web and graphic design arena. It’s an interesting read which goes through the history and evolution of web and image design applications over the last 15 years, and how […]

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Blogging / cPanel / Domains & DNS / Linux Server Management / Operating Systems

Bind Update for CentOS and RHEL Systems

Recent versions of Bind distributed by RedHat and CentOS enable strict zone checking at startup time. This setting can potentially cause problems for Bind users with a large number of zone files or syntax errors in individual zone files. In these circumstances, users may experience an inability to restart Bind after a shutdown. cPanel has […]

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News / Operating Systems

Windows 7 Officially Released

While the final release has been available to MSDN subscribers for sometime, yesterday Microsoft officially released to the public the latest version of their flagship operating system – Windows 7. Like many eager beta testers out there, most of us here at AUSWEB HQ have been using the release candidate betas from the beginning and […]

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Web Design / Web Development

jQuery Navigation Techniques

Web designers and developers are continually pushing the boundaries with jQuery. However, there are many everyday website functions jQuery can bring huge improvements to such as menu and navigation styles. There are many things you can do with jQuery to spice up menus and WebDesignLedger.com has compiled 15 of the best jQuery navigation techniques and […]

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News / Search Engines / Social Networking / Technobabble

Facebook Now Has 30,000 Servers

Further to the news that Facebook had reached the milestone of 300 Million users a few weeks ago, they have now released some information about the servers and data center space hosting all of those users. Over 30,000 servers are supporting Facebook’s operations: “Today we have somewhere in the neighborhood of 30,000 servers,” Jeff Rothschild […]

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Web Design

Effective Ways To Design About Us Pages

Most web designers dread coming up with the “About Us” page. Trying to come up with something that condenses everything already on the site, into a unique and effective representation of the client or business, that isn’t cliche or bland can be extremely daunting. However, as always a little imagination can separate you or your […]

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iPhone / Web Design

Adobe Photoshop for iPhone

Adobe Systems on Friday introduced a new Adobe Photoshop for iPhone app that lets users edit photos from both their phone and their online library on Photoshop.com. The app is free of charge and offers tools such as cropping, image rotation, colour controls, and simple one-touch filter effects that can change the look and feel […]

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AUSWEB is now a VMware Certified Partner

AUSWEB has recently attained certifications as a VMware Partner, which allows us to provide premium Cloud & Virtual solutions on the VMware platform. Related posts: Minister Stephen Conroy gets e-bashed! Securing Your WordPress Blog From Intruders Activists Mock Government’s Web Filter Plans SSL Under Attack: SSLstip Wreaks Havoc

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